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Abenhall is a tiny, ancient village in a secluded quiet valley near Mitcheldean. The parish includes..
One of a series of small hamlets that grew up along the Roman military coast road that led from Newnham to Chepstow, Alvington was a manor by lat..
Awre is an ancient place with a history going back before Saxon times. It has been listed in the Domesday Book, and has character moulded over th..
A small village on the A48 road, just south of Lydney. The village of Aylburton has a population of about 650. The village boasts a fine 14th cent..
Baisdon lies about 8 miles South West of Gloucester on the edge of the Severn flood plain. Before the Norman Invasion it was known as Blethes Den..
Blakeney is a small, thriving village on the eastern edge of the Forest ..
Bream is one of the largest villages in the Forest of Dean District with a population of 2600 in January 2000. It is just one of a number of settlements which make up the Forest Ring of settlements on..
Brockweir is a small but attractive village located alongside the River ..
Originally a small pill ('pill' is Welsh and means a tidal inlet), used for boat building, in 1810 Bullo Pill was selected by the Forest of Dean T..
Famous for its two large ponds and Forestry Commission picnic site, there..
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A very small, peaceful and secluded village on the very edge of the Forest of Dean district, just south of the A40 Gloucester to Ross-on-Wye road..
Cinderford is a small town with a population of approximately 7500, situated on the eastern edge of ..
Clearwell is located about three miles south of Coleford in an attractiv..
Coleford is a thriving community and the administrative centre of the Forest of Dean. Coleford has a..
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Drybrook is a small village situated just north of Cinderford, in what was once part of the Royal Hunting Forest. Drybrook was once on the old rooute from Gloucester to Monmouth, via Mitcheldean and R..
Dymock is delightfully surrounded by rolling hills and agricultural landscape much loved by the Dymo..
English Bicknor is one of the ancient villages of the Forest of Dean, situated at the top of a hill overlooking the Wye ..
Today Flaxley offers a pleasant picturesque wooded scene and is difficul..
A small riverside villagein the parish of Awre, Gatcombe was once a noted port on the Severn, particularly for salmon fishing and exporting Dean'..
Not strictly in the Forest of Dean but close enough to count (especially with tourists, and historically, invaders!) Goodrich is a small village ..
Hewelsfield is situated approximately 8 Kilometres south of Coleford on t..
Hope Mansel is set in a very secluded green valley on the ..
This small, thriving village on the edge of the Forest situated on the A40 road from Gloucester to Ross-on-Wye was here, with its own church, at ..
The village of Kempley can be found in the North Forest of Dean district, and is surrounded by unspoilt countryside. Kempley has two churches, St..
Littledean is one of the ancient villages of the Forest of Dean. Situate..
Longhope was already inhabited by the 11th century and the Manor of Hope is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The name its..
Lydbrook is a large village situated on the western edge of the Forest of Dean and adjacent to the Wye Valley. Many of t..
Lydney, which has existed since Roman times, covers approximately eight square miles of Glouce..
Minsterworth is a village on the banks of the River Severn, and situated on the A48 Gloucester to Chepstow road. In addition to the nucleus of the village, based around the parish church, there are sm..
Mitcheldean is a thriving large village with old timbered houses and narrow streets and a medieval c..
More information coming about the pictureque town of Monmouth soon.
Newent is certainly one of the most attractive towns in the Forest of De..
Newland is a beautiful village in the western side of the Forest of Dean, and its origins can be tra..
Newnham on Severn
Newnham is delightfully located on the banks of the River Severn. The village has a tree-lined main..
A pleasant and thriving small village in the heart of the Forest. Once a..
Pope's Hill is a small settlement in the Parish of Flaxley, between Littledean and Westbury on Severn, on the hillside overlooking the Severn Valley. Very famous for the well..
The small hamlet of Purton was a noted port that exported Dean timber for the Royal Navy. It was also the location of one of the Forest's earliest..
Situated on a attractive stretch of the Wye, Redbrook was an important industrial centre thanks to an ample supply of w..
Ross on Wye
Ross-on-Wye is a small market town in southeastern Herefordshire, England, located on the River Wye,..
Ruardean is a small village to the west of Cinderford. Situated on a hillside with commanding ..
A small but thriving village south of Cinderford, and the location of the excellent Dean Heritage Centre, and other attractions such as Soudley Ponds and the Blaize Bailey viewpoint.
St. Briavels stands on the edge of a limestone plateau 800 feet above the Wye Valley, with spectacul..
Staunton, "the place of the stones", was the ancient name given by the Anglo-Saxons. The v..
Symonds Yat Rock is well known for it's magnificent viewpoint which overlooks the beautiful sc..
The village of Taynton incorporates the hamlets of Kents Green and May Hill. You can see pretty cottages made from local stone and also propertie..
The village of Tidenham was settled from the earliest times and has much historical interest. The ruined St. James' Church at Lancaut is one of the earliest documented Christian sites in the Ccountry..
A small village high on the Western side of the Wye, the name means town of stones a reference to the three monoliths s..
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Situated along the valley from Blakeney towards Parkend on the ..
Westbury on Severn
Westbury offers several vantage points for watching the phenominal "Severn Bore". Surfers and canoeists ride this amazing tidal wave as it rolls up the river. The not so energetic can watch..
Woolaston is a thriving village with shops, school, post office and inns. It is set in beautiful countryside of small farms and cottages on the gentle slopes between the River Severn and the high goun..